Eric D. Vugrin

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BACKGROUND Recent declines in US cigarette smoking prevalence have coincided with increases in use of other tobacco products. Multiple product tobacco models can help assess the population health impacts associated with use of a wide range of tobacco products. METHODS AND FINDINGS We present a multi-state, dynamical systems population structure model that(More)
Cyber resilience is becoming increasingly recognized as a critical component of comprehensive cyber-security practices. Current cyber resilience assessment approaches are primarily qualitative methods, making validation of their resilience analyses and enhancement recommendations difficult, if not impossible. The evolution of infrastructure resilience(More)
Infrastructure resilience has become a primary objective for homeland and national security organizations over the past decade. Recent initiatives have focused on resilient building design, and one approach under consideration is a voluntary resilience certification program for commercial buildings. The intent of this program would be to encourage the(More)
Hospital evacuations that occur during, or as a result of, infrastructure outages are complicated and demanding. Loss of infrastructure services can initiate a chain of events with corresponding management challenges. This report describes a modeling case study of the 2001 evacuation of the Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston, Texas (USA). The study uses a(More)
  • Eric D Vugrin, Michael J Baca, Michael D Mitchell, Kevin L Stamber, Stamber
  • 2014
(2014). " Evaluating the effect of resource constraints on resilience of bulk power system with an electric power restoration model, " Int J of Sys of Sys Engineering, 5(1), pp. 68-91. Albuquerque, New Mexico. His research interests include resilience modeling and analysis, infrastructure analysis, and optimal control design. He has a PhD in Mathematics(More)
Critical infrastructure resilience has become a national priority for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Rapid and efficient restoration of service in damaged transportation networks is a key area of focus. The intent of this paper is to formulate a bi-level optimization model for network recovery and to demonstrate a solution approach for that(More)
Sandia National Laboratories is a multi-program laboratory managed and operated by Sandia Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lockheed Martin Corporation, for the U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration under contract DE-AC04-94AL85000. Approved for public release; further dissemination unlimited. NOTICE: This report was(More)